French: Bouscarle des Palau German: Palauseidensänger Spanish: Cetia de Palaos
Hartlaub and Finsch
Palau Is (Babelthaup, Koror, Garakayo, Peleliu and Ngabad).
14–15 cm. A large bush-warbler with long, tapering bill. Has pale yellowish-buff to olive-yellow supercilium, dark lores and eyestripe, greyish-olive cheek and ear-... read more
Song, given continually for long periods, often in concert with others, a long penetrating, flute-... read more
Dense undergrowth, vine tangles and lianas of mid-level canopy of forests and along forest edges.
Food and feeding
Food mostly ground-dwelling invertebrates. Usually solitary. Forages low down in vegetation or on ground; extremely shy, spends long... read more
Not well known. Season at least Nov–Dec. Nest a ball of dry leaves, coarse grasses, fine plant fibres and feathers, entrance fairly... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Restricted-range species: present in Palau EBA. Common and widespread. Although numerous, this species is extremely shy and consequently not well... read more
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